Seller: rarewinemerchant (128) 100%, Location: Artarmon, Ships to: AU, Item: 142180935830 HOTLINE: 0409 121 151 Genot-Boulanger Meursault Clos du Cromin 2009 Genot-Boulanger Meursault Clos du Cromin 2009 Genot-Boulanger Meursault Clos du Cromin 2009 Domaine Génot-Boulanger was founded in 1974 by a Parisian pharmacist named Charles-Henri Génot. Back then, it was more of a hobby than a livelihood, and together with his wife, Marie, née Boulanger, Charles-Henri started exploring the terroir and purchasing parcels all along the Côte d’Or, beginning with their first vines in Mercurey. The domain, located in the former stables of the Château de Citeaux in Meursault and built upon some of the oldest Cistercian cellars, became “Château Génot-Boulanger” in 1975. Guillaume and Aude Lavollée are fourth-generation vignerons at Génot-Boulanger. Unlike their forefathers, who maintained their principal careers in Paris, they are the first to devote 100% of their professional lives to producing terroir-driven wines. Guillaume and Aude inherited 22 hectares of vineyards, located over a 60 km stretch of land from Chambolle-Musigny to Mercurey. Average annual production is around 120,000 bottles. The wines are produced solely from vineyards owned by Domaine Génot-Boulanger. The estate produces 30 appellations, including 3 Grand Crus and 13 Premier Crus. Cellar master and vineyard manager Nicolas Ludwig works with Guillaume and Aude to convert the domain to organic farming and leads experiments in biodynamics. The domain’s philosophy is “maximal work in the vineyard for minimal intervention in the cellar.” The goal is to translate the substance of the grapes (soil, exposure, climate, history) without compromising their character. The vignerons’ fingerprint is present, but the wines should speak for themselves. The vineyard team uses organic composts and tills the soil to encourage subterranean life. No chemical herbicides. Increasingly, horses work the soil. According to the seasonal calendar, the team prunes, de-buds, and thins out the leaves in the interest of limiting the productivity of the vines. Trellising is a little higher than normal, a choice believed to raise the photosynthetic potential of the plants and encourage the best ripening possible in Burgundy’s cool climate. Shipping Shipping: Freight - RareWines is able to deliver to the majority of Australian suburbs using various courier companies as well as Australia Post. All packages dispatched are insured to their full purchase price and will be either replaced or the purchase price refunded in the event of loss or damage in transit. - Items purchased will only be dispatched to the registered address as it appears on Ebay. If you would like to alter the delivery address, please put this in writing immediately after payment has been made to ensure an easy and smooth transaction. - Pickup is not available from the RareWines warehouse due to liquor licensing laws. Proof of age may be requested at any point in time throughout the order process in accordance with New South Wales Liquor Licensing Laws. Estimated delivery time from Sydney to other capital cities is 2 to 6 business days. Postage may be delayed if very hot weather is forecast. If the person accepting the delivery is out and there are no delivery instructions, Australia Post will leave a card in the letter box for collection at your local Post Office. Payment We accept the following payment methods: PayPal - VISA, MasterCard, Bank Account Credit card over the phone - VISA, MasterCard Bank Deposit - BSB 012280 Acct 268501623 with transaction reference, or Surname For any enquiries or credit card payments please call on 0409 121 151 Returns All purchases made with RareWines are backed by a 14 Day Money Back Guarantee. If you believe that the item you have received is not as described, please contact us immediately in order to speed up the resolution process. Photographic evidence may be requested in some instances for insurance purposes. Return postage is at the buyers’ expense and may be refunded if RareWines is proved to be at fault. LIQUOR ACT 2007: It is against the law to sell or supply alcohol to, or to obtain alcohol on behalf of, a person under the age of 18 years. Liquor License Number LIQP770010377 Please enjoy alcohol in moderation and life in excess! Cheers.